Are You From Brazil?
Are You From Brazil? uses photographs and simple sentences to take students on an adventure to discover many of Brazil's fascinating animals.
At the Fair
At the Fair teaches readers about different rides at a fair using basic sentence structure and supporting images to provide additional information.
Athletes introduces students to the world of athletics and provides opportunities to compare and contrast as well as to ask and answer questions.
Beach Fun discusses some of the activities people can do at the beach using repetitive sentences, high-frequency words, and vivid photographs.
Multilevel: H, K, N
Brainstorm Bear is an entertaining and humorous story about the many ideas a family comes up with to help a bear get down from a tree.
Clean, Not Clean
Clean, Not Clean uses engaging illustrations and high-frequency words to explain when something is clean and when it is not clean.
Henry's Hike uses repetitive sentences and high-frequency words to tell the story of one boy’s adventure hiking all through the park.
Insect Wings teaches students about different types of insect wings with high-frequency words and repetitive sentences for early emergent readers.
Seashells provides students with facts about seashells and how they help protect animals called mollusks using simple text and photographs.
The First Strawberry
The First Strawberry shows students the steps needed to plant and grow their own strawberries using high-frequency words and repetitive phrases.
The Kid Who Couldn't Save
The Kid Who Couldn't Save is a realistic fiction story about Mike, a boy who wants to buy a spy kit but can’t seem to save money.
The Reason for Sneezing
The Reason for Sneezing explains how and why this common reaction occurs in our body using rhyming text and whimsical illustrations.
Multilevel: J, M, P
Tornadoes provides students with a comprehensive look at this amazing force and can be used to teach cause-and-effect relationships.
We Go Camping
We Go Camping shows students what fun experiences they can have while camping using detailed illustrations and high-frequency words.
Whale Watching is a story about a girl looking for whales out at sea that can be used to teach students to make inferences and recognize prepositions.
What Can We Draw?
What Can We Draw? shows how drawing can be an interactive activity using colorful illustrations and repetitive and rhyming text.
Who Needs Rain?
Who Needs Rain? is the story of Andy who is visited by a cloud in a dream and learns why rain is important to many people and animals.
Yellowstone: A Place of Wild Wonders
Multilevel: H, K, N
Yellowstone: A Place of Wild Wonders uses detailed images that support the text to introduce students to this natural wonder.
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